Local sports roundup – August 28



Owls win invite


Seymour defeated Batesville and Whiteland to retain the Batesville Invitational title on Saturday.

The Owls (5-0-1) have owned the trophy for three of the past four years.

Last year’s tourney did not finish due to weather.

Against Whiteland, in the final, Daniel Hartman had a pair of goals while Blaine Spivey and Ammon Christensen each had one in a 4-0 win.

Christen, Hartman and Keegan Sunbury tallied assists.

In goal, Elliott Clark saved eight shots.

Earlier in the day, the Owls out-shot Batesville 23-6 in a 2-0 victory.

Hartman and Tyler Penegar had the SHS goals, and Cole Fosbrink and Hartman assisted on the scores.

Clark had three saves in the shutout.

Seymour will host Jeffersonville on Tuesday for a Hoosier Hills Conference match.


Chase wins invite


Timing 19:20.74, Seymour’s Ashton Chase won the Franklin Community Invitational on Saturday of 111 runners.

Chase won two races last week, as she also took first in the BNL invitational Monday.

The Owls placed fifth as a team with 160 points, with Bloomington South scoring 40 for first.

Makenna Sunbury came in next for the Owls, placing sixth in 19:54.26.

Grace Rennekamp (26th, 21:21.36), Courtney Mansfield (72nd, 24:06.16) and Brett Kleber (80th, 24:30.10) also scored for Seymour High School.

Braves run at Rushville


Brownstown Central placed seventh of 14 teams in the division II race of the Rushville Invitational on Saturday.

Kaelyn Johnson had the low time for Brownstown Central, running a 21:15.79 for 17th.

Claire Poulton (41st, 22:59.81), Destiny Satterthwaite (46th, 23:19.00), Shauna Drake (48th, 23:23.81) and Emma Winks (51st, 23:29.82) rounded-out the Braves’ scoring.

Greensburg won the division II race with 66 points.

Mary Anna Whirle of Cardinal Ritter won the race in 19:22.11.

Individuals run at Salem


Trinity Lutheran, Crothersville and Medora were represented at the Salem Invitational on Saturday.

Crothersvilles’ Grace Wilson was fifth in 22:23 while Piper Hensley was 25th in 24:50.

Trinity’s Jodi Goecker placed 23rd at 24:48 and Abby Hildreth ran a 34:03 for 62nd.

Medora’s Charley Pumphrey timed 34:11 for 63rd.

Bedford North Lawrence’s Autumn Spence was champion in 21:17.



Totaling 125 points, Seymour was third of 13 teams at the Franklin Community Invitational on Saturday.

Jacob Voss led Seymour High School with a time of 16:36.66, which placed eighth.

Luke Plummer timed 17:27.72 for 27th, Trent Hohenstreiter was 30th in 17:29.51, Ethan Dippold ran a 17:35.12 for 33rd and Cooper Morrow clocked 17:440.90 for 38th.

Bloomington South won the invite by scoring 38 points and Franklin was runner-up with 46.

South’s Ian Shaw had the fastest time in the race, hitting the finish in 15:43.19.

Braves 7th at Rushville

Brownstown Central’s 215 points garnered seventh place of 11 teams in the division II race of the Rushville Invitational on Saturday.

The Braves’ Jeremy Pitts led the way with a 12th place finish in 18:11.05.

Ethan Carroll wasn’t far behind Pitts, placing 14th in 18:13.53, and Trey Hackman (32nd, 189:29.53), Sean Tharp (61st, 20:18.23) and Mason Kellogg (86th, 21:33.92) followed for BC.

Scecina’s Henry Egan was overall champion for division II in 16:49.14 while Batesville took home team honors with 61 points.

Trinity, Crothersville run at invite


Trinity Lutheran and Crothersville both ran at the Salem Invitational on Saturday.

Trinity’s AJ Goecker was 16th in 18:29 as an individual.

Crothersville’s Lane Wienhorst placed 23rd in 18:57, Cable Spall ran a 20:48 for 47th, David Rose timed 21:17 for 58th and Noah Hoskins clocked 24:46 for 78th.

Austin Fugate of Austin ran a 17:08 for first place.

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